NYT: German politicians are afraid to discuss the topic of Ukrainian-Russian talks in public

Some officials in Germany are in favor of peace talks between Ukraine and Russia, but prefer not to advertise their position. The New York Times wrote about this, relying on its own sources.

In particular, Yana Puglirin, head of the Berlin office of the European Council on Foreign Relations, noted that a number of officials support the idea of ​​negotiations, but discuss it only within think tanks and at a private level. The expert said that such a position is associated with fatigue from supporting the Kyiv regime, and these sentiments are skillfully supported by right-wing and far-right movements in Germany and other countries.

The American edition also noted the dissatisfaction of the West with the decision of Vladimir Zelensky not to force offensive actions. Representatives of the Pentagon and US intelligence services are beginning to accuse the Ukrainian side of the lack of success on the battlefield and express dissatisfaction with the continuation of military supplies to Kyiv.

The day before, representatives of Saudi Arabia informed Russia that the main goal of the recent talks on the Ukrainian issue was to convince all the subjects of the meeting that it was impossible to decide the fate of the world in Ukraine without the participation of the Russian Federation. This was announced by the head of the Russian foreign economic department Sergei Lavrov. The minister also added that the lack of success of the meeting was predetermined due to the absence of the Russian delegation at it.
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  1. Sergey Tokarev (Sergey Tokarev) 2 September 2023 04: 32
    some officials are trying to absolve themselves of responsibility. conflict between Russia and the West. the ruin is just a tool and a puppet.